Looking to have a good time and not spend all your hard earned cash? We feel you and we’re here for you. The month of March is packed with all sorts of fun stuff to take part in and bonus— they’re all free!
Keep reading for 10 super fun things to do in Toronto this March!
Happy Birthday Gardiner Museum! – March 9-10, 2019
To mark the museum’s 35th anniversary, the Gardiner Museum is offering free admission March 9th and 10th. They will also be offering free clay programming from 11:00 a.m. – 3 p.m. Spaces go quickly so the earlier, the better! While you’re there you might want to check out the new Ai Weiwei exhibit. Ai Weiwei is a renowned contemporary artist and political activist known for his sculptures, photographs, installations, and public artworks but also for his firm stance on human rights. Access to the exhibit is free with admission!
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2019 – March 10, 2019
Looking for your pot of gold? This year, you can catch the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 10th and celebrate the luck of the Irish right here in TO!
Visit The Aga Khan Museum – March 6th , 2019
On Wednesday March 6th, 2019 you can get free entry into the Aga Khan Museum. These are special museum hours due to a special event starting at 3:30 p.m. so be sure to take advantage!
Celebrate Our City! – March 9-10, 2019
In celebration of the city’s 185th Anniversary, there’s a fun-filled 2-day festival taking place at Yonge and Dundas Square. You’ll have the opportunity to shop from local vendors, eat some local Toronto based food trucks, enjoy some live music, partake in activities and contests. The festival runs both days between 11:00 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Check Out Sugar Shack TO – March 9-10, 2019
Sugar Shack taking place at Sherbourne Commons aims to celebrate the end of winter. There’s countless events planned including ice activities, a winter marketplace, skating rink, an obstacle course and authentic Ontario maple taffy. Watch a live maple sugaring demonstration or stop by the Redpath Sugar booth for free samples or the Waterfront Toronto booth for free goodies. There’s so much more to explore, just make sure to BYOS (bring your own skates) if you plan on skating.
Head To Ontario Place – March 8-17th, 2019
Ontario Place is offering extended holiday hours to visit the West Island of Ontario Place. There’s a series of events planned and most of them are free! Events include, skating parties, winter activity pop-up hosted by the YMCA, Winter Light Exhibition and Community Bonfires.
Shop The Wellness Marketplace At The Gladstone Hotel – March 24th, 2019
The pop-up Wellness Market explores well-being with an emphasis on relaxation and self-care through yoga and reiki. Discover city eco-tours and how to support local conscious vendors and charities!
Experience CineCuba 2019 – March 29-March 31, 2019
This film festival taking place at The Royal Cinema at 608 College Street is free for the public and definitely worth checking out! The festival celebrates Cuba’s 60th year of independence and the special relationship between Canada and Cuba!
Don’t Miss The Toronto Light Festival – March 1-3, 2019
This is your last chance to visit the Toronto Light Festival at the Distillery District. It’s free to get in and you won’t be disappointed to find diverse Insta-Worthy shots scattered throughout the district.
Shop The Trinity Bellwoods Flea Market – March 17, 2019
Spring is upon us which means all the farmer’s markets in the city will be coming back soon too! Get right into the spirit with the Trinity Bellwoods Flea Market taking place at the Great Hall on March 17, 2019. Freshen up your home, wardrobe, and beauty routine by shopping from over 60 local Toronto vendors, artisans and small businesses. Pets and kids are welcome and admission is free!
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